Centre of Chinese Culture and Arts

Centre of Chinese Culture and Arts

Centre of Chinese Culture and Arts (CCCA, Chinese: 匈中文化艺术中心, pinyin: Xiong Zhong Wen Hua Yi Shu Zhong Xin) is a non-profit-making organization established by Hungarians, a community of people who share a great interest in getting to know Chinese culture and traditions, through practicing various Chinese arts. This association works in Hungary, Europe. Since its establishment in 1995 the association preserved its unique way of operation which has always been based upon mutual esteem and respect, while through the years the association showed great progression in many ways. Being successful in several aspects of Chinese culture, art and sport activities, nowadays it provides a special opportunity for those who are interested in practicing. Since 2003 the association is the official representation of the authentic ways of martial arts (see: [http://www.rgm.hu KungFu Department - 体育和防病健身 功夫学科] ). Their exploration of the tradiational branches of art is also unique – with the partnership of several other Chinese organizations it creates a living, world-wide alliance. Their everyday work is helped and monitored by both Chinese and Western teachers and masters, who provide us with an always reliable source of wisdom and knowledge which plays an important role in the future development of this Institute.

= Making of Value and Community =The Centre of Chinese Culture and Arts organises working partnerships with several Hungarian and international nonprofit organisations and official Institutes. Following counties give "home" for those partnerships:

*flag|Hungary – Republic of Hungary
*flag|China – People's Republic of China
*flag|Nepal – State of Nepal
*flag|India – Republic of India
*flag|Australia – Commonwealth of Australia
*flag|Russia – Russian Federation
*flag|Germany – Federal Republic of Germany
*flag|United Kingdom – United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
*flag|Spain – Kingdom of Spain
*flag|United States – United States of America

The CCCA has friendly relations with several Eastern and Chinese non-profit-making organizations, thus members are becoming the center of Chinese culture in Hungary, Europe. As a community the CCCA is more and more successful in reaching the goals:

*A deeper and purer sort of representation of Chinese culture and arts
*Enhancing Chinese-Hungarian (Chinese - European) friendly relations (with our partners and partner-organissations);
*Enhancing the culutural exchange between the two countries, creating real opportunities to show their unique features;

Beside the traditional trainings the CCCA provides a sort of continuously growing help in organizing Chinese / Hungarian cultural and social events. For all of those joining the association the members offers the direct opportunity to experience China, Chinese culture and arts and its represenatatives too hand-in-hand with them, from an extraordinary point of view.

The CCCA's Board, the Leadership

The Board contains seven leaders. The leadership of Center for Chinese Culture and Arts consists of people who are committed to Chinese culture and practice these arts actively. Their mission is to represent pure Chinese culture on more deeper and deeper levels and the instruction of Chinese arts widely – endeavouring to make cultural exhancge even stronger between the two countries. From 1 September, 2006 the association created a new range of duties which helps to preserve and cultivate Chinese – Hungarian values and traditions in a better organised atmosphere. The valuable work of our members and the leadership contributes directly to the development of the improvement of our members’ and the associated people’s life.

The Departments

*Authentic KungFu Department (体育和防病健身 功夫学科)official representation of the authentic Chinese martial art (the style is: Rou Gong Men, ) in Hungary. Grand master: Zhang Eryu (张尔雨大师), leader: Zhang's top disciple, Mr. XiaoFeng Gábor Cserkész (晓峰)

*Tea Department (茶艺 茶学科)leader: Zhang's top disciple, Mr. XiaoFeng Gábor Cserkész (晓峰), leader of this style.
*ShuFa and Painting Department (中国书法和语言 书法学科)Leader: Mrs. Lu YuHua, (卢裕华, Sophia Lu, stage name: Cuckoo). Member of Revolution Committee of China Kuomingtang Party, graduated sequentially from Art Department of Wenzhou Normal College and Oil Painting Department of China Art University. Gained award of "New star in educational circles of JinHuan" and "Teaching Master"

*Music Department (传统中国音乐艺术 音乐学科)Leader: Ms. ZhangYu (张瑜), music teacher, top singer, master of GuZheng traditional instrument.

Specialities

In the Community, physical trainings are often combined with teachings – sometimes with the participation of respected masters and teachers. For years now the practitioners appear with success in Chinese cultural festivals and programmes. Other Chinese organizations located in Hungary have also appreciated their knowledge and joined their activities. With the boradening of these relations the members also felt it necessary to be able to adopt ourselves to the current needs quickly and to be always up-to-date. The Centre of Chinese Culture and Arts also has the opportunity to prove the skills that are needed to organise and lead such a team in multi-cultural surroundings too. Being practitioners they also know and understand the subtle features of those sometimes quite challenging Chinese – Hungarian (Chinese - European) cooperations. Walking this way they strive to meet the cultural and social claims and fulfil our goals.

[http://www.kinainfo.hu/index.php?mid=82 Most important acknowledgements of CCCA]

*Ttransmit real values and cultural features;
*Trainings are based on true human values;
*Organise social events on Hungarian culture for those Chinese people who are interested in learning more about us;
*Created and keep alive the unique triangle of „sport-clture-art”;
*Activities get true support in Hungary and on international levels too;
*Cultivate friendly relations in 10 countries;
*Established the country’s first Hungarian – Chinese media (Flowers of China) and since then we have been continuously operating and developing it;

Working days, competences

Creating values

*Professional articles on Chinese culture, arts, and today’s society
*Cultural and artistic connections through 10 countries
*Cooperation with Chinese organizations in Hungary
*Chinese press and media connections in Hungary and abroad

Preserving and sharing values

The Centre of Chinese Culture and Arts believes that certain occasions, exclusive cultural and social events can affect Chinese – Hungarian / Chinese - European relations directly. Without the intention to be exhaustive:

*Authentic cultural events and training camps, seclusions (since 1995)
*Cultural Festival and Tea Presentation in Debrecen (2003, Debrecen, downtown area)
*The visits of Chinese Radio International (CRI, Beijing) to Hungary and national listeners’s meetings (2004 / 2006, Budapest)
*The National Thailand New Year’s Eve Celebration (Petőfi Arena 2005)
*Chinese – Hungarian Primary School Opening (2005, Budapest)
*First Hungarian Tea Celebration and Festival (2005, ASIA Center)
*„The Country of the Dragon” Chinese Day (2005, Szabó Ervin Library)
*Spring Festival 2005 (Budapest China Mart)
*XII. Logisztikai Fórum és Bál – Chinese – Hungarian business and cultural relations (2006, Stefánia Palace)
*Prof. Liu Yue Ning’s solo performance (2006, Hungarian Music Academy)
*Spring Festival and gyhetes rendezvénysorozat 2006 (Asia Center, Budapest China Mart)
*Night of Museums – Chinese Tea Culture (2006, Museum of Applied Arts)
*Wine Festival in Egrer and Trout Festival in Szilvásvárad with the Hungarian Chinese Embassy 2006
*2008 Beijing Olympic Games – An important presentation and social event in Budapest (2006, China Mart)
*Summer Music Festival – „Romano Drom” in front of Chinese audience (2006, Budapest, China Mart)
*Translation / Interpretation for the Chinese Minister of Water and his delegation (2006, Magyarország)
*Organise of Chinese Spring Festival 2007 with 10 Chinese companies and associations
*In connection to International Chinese ZEN painting exhibition (Tang HaiWei’s pictures at Hopp Ferenc Museum) - cultural activities
*Evening of European Museums 2007 –Chinese music presentations

TV and RADIO programmes

*Flowers of China, a live cultural radio programme on China (in 60 minutes; since 2004)
*„Chinese Week” on BBC (5x 30-45 minutes; 2004, BBC Radio, Budapest - World Service & Outlook)
*Choose the Knowledge (Tv programme in 60 minutes; 2005, MTV2)
*Chinese people in Hungary (live radio show in 95 minutes; 2006, Budapest Rádió)
*Choose the Knowledge – Closer to China (60 minutes; 2006, MTV2)
*Several reports and interviews in connection with the Chinese traditions, culture and arts - and of course, for about daily China (2007)

Flowers of China, the living radio programme

Hungary’s first, live Chinese – Hungarian cultural radio programme, Flowers of China (in Chinese: 中国之花, pinyin: Zhong Guo Zhi Hua) has entered its IV. season in 2007. Every Monday from 19:00 – 20:00 PM CCCA's programme can be listened to at FM98.0 MHz from Radio CIVIL’s Budapest studio.

Beside the true presentation of the everyday life of the Chinese colony of Hungary the programme focuses on traditional Chinese arts and the aspects of Chinese culture to build another bridge between Chinese and Hungarian people, helping their cooperation and future work. This broadcast's main goal is to inform you while remaining objective, thus CCCA use the radio as an effective way of communication in order to help to get to know each other better and to help promoting several friendly terms and relations. Flowers of China works up the literature and history of ancient China, its religions and philosophy separately, along with Chinese tea culture, painting, calligraphy modern and traditional martial arts, Chinese music. The guests are Hungarian and Chinese teachers and masters – respected artists of various arts. The programme tells about Hungarian cultural values, important sights, traditions and history in Chinese starting at 19:30 PM in the radio programme called China Magazine. It also reports on the recent events in China, providing all Hungarians working on the fields of finance with valuable pieces of information. Listeners can easily gain access to the Studio free news-sending service at http://news.kinainfo.hu – which can be listened to both in Chinese and Hungarian languages and everybody can also send pieces of news and information to the editorial office too.

Flowers of China in the Hungarian Wikipedia:

External links

* [http://www.kinainfo.hu/ Official Webages of Centre of Chinese Culture and Arts (CCCA)]
* [http://www.xindb.com/read.php?wid=2845 Ms. ZhangYu (张瑜) leader of the Music Department]
* [http://www.xindb.com/read.php?wid=1324 Mrs. Lu YuHua (卢裕华) leader of the ShuFa and Painting Department]
* [http://www.xindb.com/read.php?wid=244 Ms. MaYing (马颖) member of the Board]
* [http://www.ouya.hu/chinese/105.html Tea Department is in the chinese press]
* [http://www.ouya.hu/chinese/15.html Mr. XiaoFeng Gábor Cserkész (晓峰) is in the chinese press]
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*Chinese calendar
* [http://www.chinatownconnection.com/chinese_culture_articles.htm Chinese Culture Articles]
* [http://www.chinaembassy.hu Chinese Embassy in Hungary]
* [http://www.kulugyminiszterium.hu/kum/hu/bal/Kulugyminiszterium/kozkapcsolatok/ Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Hungary]
* [http://www.cri.com.cn China Radio International] (CRI), Beijing, China
* [http://www.varju.hu/politikus/ipu_mkbt_osszes Interparlamentary Union, Hungaryian Chinese Frriendly Department]
* [http://www.hoppmuzeum.hu/ Hopp Ferenc East Asian Art Museum]
* [http://www.civilradio.hu CIVIL Radio - FM98.0Mhz]


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